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Cratediggers
by Brooks Kohler
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In Progress HOW TO DOWNLOAD INDIVIDUAL Mp3 FILES: Hover your mouse on the blue VBR MP3 text in the “Download Options” box. A downward arrow will appear. Click the downward arrow to cause a drop down menu to load and reveal a method to download each individual file. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License .
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Topics: Brooks Kohler, audiobook, oil, rural town, village, ethics
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ABOUT THESE SONGS: The songs on this page were performed by Bonnie Kohler on December 30, 2014 and recorded using an EDIROL R0-9/24 bit WAVE/MP3 RECORDER. Bonnie Kohler grew up in Southern Illinois and was a singer in a country western band named the Sharecroppers. In these audio recordings, Bonnie performs some of her personal favorites. DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO LISTEN TO THE AUDIO FILES: To stream an audio file, select the file you want to listen to in the stream file menu and click the >...
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Topics: Bonnie Kohler, Sings, Acoustic, Singing, Sharecroppers
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INTRODUCTION Writing this brief history of the Mill Creek Baptist Church has taken much longer than I had anticipated. Many hours have been spent by me researching old records and talking to the good and kind people connected with the Mill Creek Church and community. As you read, I believe you will learn much, as I did, about your Church's history. I want to dedicate this brief history all the past, present, and future members of the Church. I am grateful for the past church clerks who have...
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Topics: Mill Creek Baptist Church, Gilbert D. Kohler, History
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"Once Upon a Time in Christmas Tree Country" is a tale about real characters: a young couple and their three children, the couple's extended families, one eccentric man, and two interesting mules. The characters lived west of Tunnel Hill, Illinois, a village in Southern Illinois in Johnson County. All names, with the exception of the mules' names, of course, are documented in the Johnson County Courthouse, in Vienna, Illinois. The speaking characters were born in the rural area of...
Topics: Southern Illinois, Tunnel Hill, Johnson County, Schierbaum
Cratediggers
by Brooks Kohler
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The stories contained on this page were either published in magazines or journals and have been read into audio format by the author. DISCLAIMER: Each story is a work of fiction and similarities to any person living or deceased are coincidence. DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO LISTEN TO THE AUDIO FILES: To stream an audio file, select the file you want to listen to in the stream file menu located to the right of the story description and click the > (arrow) button at the top of the menu. This will start...
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Topics: Short Stories, Rural America, Ethics
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Sunset in Sylvan Park is a story that takes place in an actual community in West Nashville, Tennessee. The street names are real, the locations are real, but the characters are not. Upon graduating from college, the main character, whose name remains a mystery because the story is told in first person, ventures to the city of Nashville to write a novel. Struggling to find his “writer's voice,” the main character spends half his time touring the city with his neighbor Hollis, an alcoholic...
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Topics: Nashville, Music Row, Music Industry, Writing